Limited Space Available! Register now for Aging Successfully: Issues and Needs of LGBTQ Older Adults

Image description: Black and white photograph of building with vibrant, pride flag waving in the center. Image text reads: Aging Successfully: Issues and Needs of LGBTQ+ Older Adults Ages 55+. January 31, 2020. 8:30AM - 4:00PM. UofA, ENR2, Rm S107. Keynote Speaker: Karen Fredriksen-Goldsen. All Ages Welcome! Free Lunch!
TSRC Reading Group Meets Feb. 11th to discuss Intersex by Thea Hillman!

image description: Blue book over white background with pages colored in the style of transgender flag (light blue, light pink, white stripes) over the Book covers of each of the books featured on the reading list.

Sign up for TSRC Reading Group mailing list to receive more details about TSRC Meetings (e.g, location, etc.) here

Queer Conexiones: This Week!
Mapping Q Returns this Wednesday to host TNBQ+ Poetry Workshop with TC Tolbert!

image description: Hot pink, blue, and purple flyer with bold white text and yellow accents. Image text reads: University of Arizona Museum of Art, Mapping Q, Jan. 22nd-April 8th. Free art workshops for LGBTQ+ youth 13-24 yrs. Explore topics of art making, identity, self-care and harm reduction. Food, art, supplies, and bus passes provided. Every Wednesday 4PM - 6PM. UAMA and School of Art, 1031 N Olive Rd. Visit for more information. 

image description: Flyer with teal background and orange, yellow, and darker teal triangle border.    Image text reads: Mapping Q is proud to partner with TC Tolbert: Trans/Space: A Trans*, Non-Binary, and Queer+ Poetry Project. Free poetry workshop. No experience necessary. Come learn and create community with us! January 22nd and 29th. 4PM-6PM. School of Art, Rm #243, 1031 N Olive Rd. TNBQ+ poetry and art workshop invites all who identify as TNBQ+ and/or LGBTQ2S and/or Allies between ages 14-24.
UAHS LGBTQ+ Interest Group Presents: 2nd Annual Symposium & Community Health Fair

Find more details about the UAHS Symposium & Community Health Fair and/or register to attend the event here

Emergence: Top Surgery Fundraiser at Subspace

Saturday, Jan. 25th, 2020
5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Subspace | 101 W 6th St

Join Subspace Art Collective for an evening of art, music, and community dedicated to raising funds for fabulous local artist Jed Dardano's top surgery! In addition to fundraising, Jed shared that the mission of this event is to also "raise awareness on t he daily struggles that trans people are put through due to the denial of access to fair healthcare." Show up to show your support!

Find more information about this event here. Can't attend but wish to donate? Click here
CFP: ALMN's edited collection on LGBTIQ+ migration on, from and to the African continent (deadline extended!)

Deadline: Contact

The African LGBTQI+ Migration Research Network (ALMN) is pleased to announce its first call for submissions. This edited collection will contribute to existing scholarly debates by bringing together diverse inputs on LGBTIQ+ migration on, from and to the African continent. We have a particular interest in what happens when borders, sexualities, genders, identities, languages and mobilities come up against the histories, trajectories, futures and imaginaries of the African continent. The book aims to interrogate what it means to do research with, on and perhaps for LGBTIQ+ migrants. We welcome contributions that go beyond simplistic narratives of persecution and instead explore how LGBTIQ+ migrants, refugees and asylum seekers subvert hetero-patriarchal norms, forge solidarity networks, negotiate care and protection structures, develop livelihood strategies and carve out spaces within landscapes of abandonment.
Full CFP Details can be found here
Mark Your Calendar!
Save the date for our upcoming Arts, Culture & Expression Workshop!

image description: wall to wall shelves with multi-colored books filling them. image text reads: The Queer Voice in 19th & 20th Century Writers with Prof David Morden. Wednesday, Jan 29th, 5:30-7:30PM. ENR2, 1064 E Lowell St. Find more information about this event here
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Purchase a T-Shirt and Support Queers United Coalition's Trans Emergency Fund!

Beautifully designed by local artist Art Mimics Life, part of the proceeds of these t-shirt sales will benefit the Trans Emergency Fund, organized by Queers United Coalition. 

Shirts available in three different colorways, and available for a limited time only! Purchase now through the end of January before they are all gone!!

To view alternate designs and purchase, visit Art Mimics Life's website  here
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